The Elder Scrolls V Set 200 Years After Oblivion?

According to Kotaku, Waterstone's former description for Bethesda's "The Infernal City" novel placed the events that will transpire in the as-of-yet unannounced The Elder Scrolls V as being 200 years after The Elder Scrolls IV. The description has since been removed, but not before being permanently recorded to the Internet:
A book blurb on the Waterstone's retail site reads "A novel that takes places forty-five years after the Oblivion Crisis, which is the story of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion game and the expansion pack Shivering Isles. It partly bridges the gap for the next game, which is set 200 years after the Oblivion crisis."

So, assuming "the next game" in Oblivion continuity isn't a ZeniMax Online massively multiplayer online game, this might be a hint at an Elder Scrolls V. Although, to hear Bethesda's Pete Hines tell it, that's the natural conclusion anybody could draw from how well The Elder Scrolls IV sold.