BE3 2016 Showcase — June 13, 2016
Several Elder Scrolls announcements were made at this year's Bethesda E3 Showcase. The Elder Scrolls: Legends was announced for Mac, iPhone, Android phones and Android tablets, in addition to the original PC and iPad release. Rumors of a Skyrim remaster were confirmed when a Special Edition was announced for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Due for release on October 28, the Special Edition includes graphical updates and Bethesda.net mod support for consoles. The Special Edition will be free for PC players who own all DLC. A June 23 Japanese launch of The Elder Scrolls Online was also announced, as well as a "One Tamriel" update coming in Q3 2016. This update will remove all Alliance restrictions outside of PvP, and will scale players to the level of the content in all zones. No future DLC was announced for ESO.
In a Game Slice interview with Todd Howard, it was mentioned that Elder Scrolls VI was in the works, but that current technology is not up-to-par for development's expectations. Pete Hines later clarified that it would be "many years" until we see TES VI, as Bethesda Game Studios is currently working on two other projects.
More about the Skyrim remaster can be seen here, The Elder Scrolls: Legend opening cinematic can be seen here, and information on One Tamriel can be found here.
Update: Speaking to IGN, ESO game director Matt Firor confirmed that an Argonian Dungeon Pack DLC and a character customising "barber shop" will be released in August, while player housing has been set for a Q1 2017 release. The dungeon pack may include the datamined Ruins of Mazzatun group dungeon, but no details have been released.