I used Linux (Manjaro) from 2013 to 2015, as well as multiple other distros. I found Manjaro was my preferred distro because of how it's managed, and the fact it's a rolling release. Anyway, I stopped using linux for a few years after I had bought a new PC, and than another new PC, and gave my old PC along with my spare HDD to someone after buying a new one. Anyway, I found Manjaro at the time to be kinda buggy, and unstable, which shouldn't have been a surprise since it was still in it's very early dev stages. Now coming back to Linux/Manjaro...damn, a lot has improved here in the last few years. WAY more stable, way more games are compatible with Linux, including Doom 2016 which to my surprise actually runs flawlessly. I think Linux has gotten quite a bit closer to the elusive state of being a windows replacement. But of course, there are still tons of games that are still not compatible, but a lot of progress has still been made.
Also want to point out, I have gotten past the honeymoon phase of being a new linux user, and trashes other distros, I've found that there really is nothing wrong with any linux distro, and you should use whatever works best for you.