I remember a couple tweets where Amy Hennig and Todd Stashwick were putting a LOT of emphasis on 'Uncharted'. I don't remember exactly what was said, but it was something along the lines of, "UNCHARTED, I repeat, everything is UN-CHAR-TED". Could that be a clue to look at the UNCHARTED logo? I could be wrong and just looking too hard, but there appears to be pictures hidden in the Uncharted PS4 logo.
Download an HD video of the teaser trailer somewhere, pause it at 50 seconds in, and watch closely frame by frame as it changes from cloudy white to dark designs. I noticed several images that looked like something, but I couldn't quite make them out. I did notice something at the top left of the D at 53 seconds that looks like a human figure, but it could be nothing.
Maybe we've had more info all along? Maybe U, N, C, H, A, R, T, E, and D are puzzle pieces? Maybe if they got jumbled around in a certain way they might reveal something? I don't know, I could be right, or maybe I'm just trippin'. Haha- either way, it's worth a closer look, but you have to look close!
All I have for internet is my Ps3, so I can't photoshop any pictures. The more I look at that logo, the more I'm convinced something is there. Someone take it to photoshop!!! ...Cut out the letters, and play around with em!!! Maybe give em all 50% transparency and lay em on top of each other? I don't know, I'm really really confidant there is something there though, so somebody look!!! Maybe it's a full picture, or pictures? Maybe it's a map!
I'm telling you guys, there IS something there. I measured, and the markings on the top left of the T match up perfectly with the markings on the top right of the E. Someone just needs to take it to photo shop, flip the T upside down and set it on top of the E, and you'll see that they are puzzle pieces! I can't do it, I don't have photo shop. I bet you guys anything though there are a few people at Naughty Dog reading this thread telling each other, "This dude is telling everyone where we hid the teasers, but nobody is doing anything about it."