I take exception to this question for a different reason: it's wholly uninteresting. The proper way to pronounce it has been said over and over and over again in promotional trailers and developer commentaries. If you take 30 seconds to say, "Hey, Bethesda must've said the name of their game when announcing it", it's self-solved.
And within the first hour of the game, it's said at least 40 times by various characters in-game. You can't avoid Bethesda hitting you over the head with the correct pronunciation.
To me, it's a question that reeks of Google baiting: whenever a question like that gets to stay open, it cheapens the rest of the site.
Perhaps if the question was a little more interesting and novel, it'd be a better fit. But I doubt, because generally games are marketed the same way as mentioned above, any pronunciation question would be sufficiently interesting for the site.
However, there are language questions like what the actual lyrics of the gameplay trailer theme song are that are interesting because—even though there's a lot of coverage about the topic—one whole verse is completely missing from the collective knowledge of the internet (or at least I couldn't find it after an hour of searching).
Would a linguist have a better chance at deciphering it? Maybe. But it's an interesting problem for gamers, and is just begging for a gamer linguist or someone with an inside track to Bethesda to rock that question.