The Elder Scrolls: Blades and The Elder Scrolls VI announced at #BE3 — June 11, 2018
During the Bethesda conference at E3, Todd Howard announced The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a free-to-play mobile-based first-person RPG which features procedurally generated dungeons, rebuilding a destroyed town, and PvP in an arena. Just before wrapping up the conference, a teaser trailer was presented for The Elder Scrolls VI, showing a mountainous landscape and a hilly coastline with a fort and distant settlement.
Matt Firor also confirmed the next two DLC game packs for ESO: a werewolf-themed dungeon pack named Wolfhunter, and the long-awaited Black Marsh zone of Murkmire. Additionally, the voice-based Skyrim Very Special Edition is surprisingly a real text adventure game and can be enabled as an Alexa Skill (but only in the US).
A full recap of the Bethesda presentation can be read on the UESP blog.