I think ten years from now it will be like the movie "Fanboys" where fans broke into Lucas Studios to preview the new Star Wars sequel.
It's possible that Strardock and Ironclad will have forgotten about Sins II by then and be busy with the latest greatest thing of the minute instead and will be sipping mint juleps on their verandas.
One by one, they'll be surprised by night camouflaged figures who knock them out, put bags over their heads and whisk them away. When they awaken, they will find themselves in a deep, sound-proofed basement lit with flickering fluorescent lights. In the corner will be a fridge stocked with monster drinks and microwave pizza and nachos.
The center of the room will be filled with tiny cubicles with open-case computers, undersized monitors, cheap chairs that constantly drop in height and tacky keyboards with missing character keys.
At the foot of each small desk--each of which has a single drawer that gets stuck every time you try to open it--will be shackles and floor bolts.
In order to be eligible for yard visits, coffee, bathroom privileges, take-out dinner and smoke breaks, the hostages guests will have to produce coding quotas and demonstrate results. Failure to do so will result in a second room being open--the one with a cage door.
Inside are fanatical members of the multiplayer community, old players who quit because of Steam, players banned for asking too often about 64 bit support and dozens of minors who can't find their registration keys and don't know how to install the game and the worst-of-the-worst forum trolls from over the years. Optionally, ex-wives and girlfriends might show up occasionally to join in as well.
In the end, Sins II will be released or the team will be brainwashed to believe they are interns at Blizzard and will be released there with no memory of their true identities.
It's rumored there could be waterboarding--not only to find out what's chasing the Vasari--but to insure it's the truth and not an invention of the moment.
Of course--this is all a fictional future. I mean, really, would we do this?
So no, you're not crazy...but they might be before it's all over. With great power comes great responsibility.