2K Marin may be developing BioShock 2 for PlayStation 3 as well as PC and Xbox 360.

Job postings on the website call for those familiar to the system, with the level designer position specifically requiring PlayStation 3 experience.

Elsewhere the ad mentions both PS3 and Wii.

Unfortunately 2K Games was unavailable for comment.

BioShock 2 was confirmed in March, with fresh Californian studio 2K Marin set to create it under the watchful eye of Ken Levine who still looks like Luke Wilson.

While no platforms were announced most assumed PC and 360 versions would be a safe bet, given that the original game appeared on them.

BioShock 2 is down for release sometime between August and October next year. There are no details on the story as yet, but we're hoping for motorbikes and monkeys.

What are you hoping for, Eurogamer reader?

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