How to run 32bit Windows games with Bottles installed from repo (non-flatpak) on a 64bit host

I have this old game - Richard Burns Rally. It is 32 bit and I wanted to run it on my Fedora box.

Initially I have installed Bottles from Flathub but storage access in Flatpak version is painfully slow. What’s worse - flatpak version has consistently corrupted my game files. Probably problems with xdg-document-portal or fuse. Dunno.

So I decided to swap to Bottles installed from Fedora repo. It’s fairly easy to do, but all dependencies installed are 64bit.
That means a no go for 32bit games even though you can run them in a 64bit bottle. Dependencies are needed for this to work properly.
I’ve searched the internets but didn’t find any good advise. So here it is.

To run 32bit games in Bottles installed from repo (non-flatpak) you need to add following packages:

vulkan-loader.i686
SDL2.i686
freetype.i686
mesa-dri-drivers.i686
mesa-filesystem.i686
mesa-libEGL.i686
mesa-libGL.i686
mesa-libGLU.i686
mesa-libgbm.i686
mesa-libglapi.i686
mesa-va-drivers.i686
mesa-vulkan-drivers.i686

That should be enough.
And BTW - disk access is waaaaaay faster. Game loads in a blink of an eye.

For the future - maybe package maintainer could add these packages as dependencies ? So that non tech savvy people don’t have to go thru the pain I did.