The latest updates for the PS4 exclusive "Spider-Man" video game reveal a famed supporting character joining the cast in a new trailer. Daily Bugle's chief editor, J. Jonah Jamerson, is featured in the trailer and he cites his personal opinions and vendetta against the web-slinger.

The gameplay video also featured several open-world activities and famous Marvel landmarks. The new "Spider-Man" will feature Peter Parker trying to balance his already complicated life as he protects the city from Martin Li and his organization. Peter will also have to deal with old foes and the city's new mayor, Norman Osborn.

J. Jonah Jameson added to the game

In the comics, J. Jonah Jameson is Peter Parker's former boss at the Daily Bugle and he made it his mission to publicly expose Spider-Man as a threat to the city. He used his newspaper and Peter's photos to publicly slander the wall-crawler's reputation regardless of his good deeds.

Game Rant reported that the trailer showcased the rich and impressive open-world gameplay of New York. J. Jonah Jameson talks about how Spider-Man is a menace to the city on his radio show and lectures on how crimes and disasters have increased since he showed up on the scene.

Peter takes a call to the Bugle under the alias "Peter Patterson" and debates that Spider-Man helps and protects everyone in danger, which Jameson stubbornly disagrees with.

The trailer sees how the citizens react and interact with Spidey whenever he passes by, showing that everyone loves and trusts him.

There are also hidden backpacks that are scattered around the city and unauthorized research facilities to perform side-missions.

J. Jonah Jameson will join other Marvel characters such as Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May Parker, Miles Morales, and more.

Mary Jane works with Jameson at the Daily Bugle as her gameplay involves stealth and taking photos of evidence. Insomniac Games writer, Dan Paquette told Game Informer in a previous interview that MJ will not be treated as a damsel-in-distress character, and her job as a journalist will benefit Peter in stopping criminals and saving the city.

Miles, on the other hand, will use his robotics skills to help Peter upgrade his suit and create more web-based gadgets to better his chances against stronger foes.

Avengers Tower and Sanctum Sanctorum spotted

According to Comic, the new "Spider-Man" trailer saw two iconic Marvel landmarks: Avengers Tower and the Sanctum Sanctorum. The Avengers Tower is one of the bases of the Earth's Mightiest Heroes in the comics alongside Avengers Mansion and Avengers Compound in upstate New York.

The Sanctum Sanctorum is the home of Doctor Stephen Strange and it houses some of the most mysterious and dangerous artifacts in the universe. While these landmarks will be featured on the map, game director Bryan Intihar confirmed on Twitter that there are.