Resumes of Ubisoft employees indicate a Wii U version of the Splinter Cell: Blacklist is on the way.

Already announced for the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, it now looks like Black List is headed to Nintendo's next generation console as well. The first resume (spotted by GoNintendo), is from level designer Pascal Allancon, who lists that he worked on a Wii U version alongside the other consoles. The second resume was found by Joystiq, who located a LinkedIn profile for game tester Robin Dhar, who also listed he worked on a Wii U version of Blacklist.

Only the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 versions have been announced for release on Aug. 20th, though that leaves plenty of time for Ubisoft to reveal the Wii U version formally. Ubisoft has been very supportive of the Wii U in the early going, save for the Rayman Legends incident, and it wouldn't be all that surprising to find a port of the latest Splinter Cell game was in the works for the console.