I made a fresh Manjaro install on my notebook with hybrid graphics. To my surprise after auto installing the proprietary drivers through mhwd as well as the following packages (might be overlaps)
sudo pacman -S wine-staging giflib lib32-giflib libpng lib32-libpng libldap lib32-libldap gnutls lib32-gnutls mpg123 lib32-mpg123 openal lib32-openal v4l-utils lib32-v4l-utils libpulse lib32-libpulse libgpg-error lib32-libgpg-error alsa-plugins lib32-alsa-plugins alsa-lib lib32-alsa-lib libjpeg-turbo lib32-libjpeg-turbo sqlite lib32-sqlite libxcomposite lib32-libxcomposite libxinerama lib32-libgcrypt libgcrypt lib32-libxinerama ncurses lib32-ncurses opencl-icd-loader lib32-opencl-icd-loader libxslt lib32-libxslt libva lib32-libva gtk3 lib32-gtk3 gst-plugins-base-libs lib32-gst-plugins-base-libs vulkan-icd-loader lib32-vulkan-icd-loader lib32-gnutls lib32-libldap lib32-libgpg-error lib32-sqlite lib32-libpulse linux56-headers linux56-nvidia-440xx nvidia-440xx-utils lib32-nvidia-440xx-utils vulkan-icd-loader lib32-vulkan-icd-loader
Battle.net and WoW worked sort of "out of the box" (both via lutris). I previously thought that I would need to set up optimus switch or something else like primusrun to play WoW which requires DXVK to work. At least it did need tinkering on my previous Nvidia hybrid hardware.
My question is: how do I know if WoW uses my Nvidia mx250 (it seems to be working, so thats probably a sign of it) or my DE (plasma) uses the intel integrated one? How do I know if things are set up properly?
Edit: I currently have under my nvidia card video-hybrid-intel-nvidia-440xx-prime and video-linux, under the intel card video-linux installed.