Diablo III's fifth and final class is the Demon Hunter, an expert sharpshooter that's capable of firing accurate crossbow shots at enemies. If you like to play it safe by keeping a distance from foes and using hit-and-run tactics, Demon Hunters will be the class to choose.
Demon Hunters also have a variety of spells that'll hit multiple targets should their foes manage to dodge their shots. One spell is able to fire off a wall of magic shots either in front of the Demon Hunter or at all sides from their person.
PvP battles in Diablo III will now be staged in a couple of unique arenas rather than going willy-nilly all over the land like in Diablo II. Earning points are based on factors such as amount of kills and completing objectives but don't expect a shiny piece of gear for winning; rewards range from unlocking multiplayer achievements and titles. Consider PvP to get bragging rights over friends and strangers you meet during matches.