Assuming constant pressure, increasing the temperature of the gas will speed up the molecular motion. As the gas often collides with the vessel wall, the volume increases.
Conversely, if you lower the temperature of the gas, the molecular motion will slow down. As the number of collisions of gas decreases, the volume of the gas is also reduced.
That is, as the temperature of the gas increases at a constant pressure, the volume of the gas increases at a constant rate. At this time, the volume change of the gas is the same regardless of the type of gas.