I checked the list. Every game that I play is, apparently, available for Linux.
I'm in the market for a PC upgrade and a new OS to come with it, and Windows 10 looks to be enough of a privacy nightmare that I'm inclined to shy away. That said, though, Windows has always "just worked" for me even with pretty weird configurations (i.e. 6 monitors on 3 video cards, mixing GeForce and Quadro in the same system) and I've never been able to successfully set up Linux multi-mon. That's always led me to re-format and go back to Windows every time I've tried it.
The last time was 2-3 years ago, though. Has any Linux distribution advanced to the point where it supports multiple monitors? I've simplified my configuration a bit but have also grown out of the desire to do IT projects for fun; now it's 3 identical monitors driven by a single video card (AMD 290X). Is there a GUI to configure multiple monitors yet, or am I just asking for a miserable experience again?