Yes - live, laugh, love. And if you do not have any additional income source and just got your project plan and timetable offset or thrown off the table entirely due to unpredictable licensing changes you're just supposed to live with it and pay the developers with promises of greatness to come until you release something that can put food on the table. It all sounds easy on paper but running a business in a such volatile and unpredictable industry is for the either most insane or the bravest. Essence of the business is to always roll costs and credits from last project revenue and investors to fuel another project. Unless you're in big enough position to soften such unpredictable factors (which if you're using Unity and not doing mobile casino games - you likely aren't), you're suddenly put up against a wall to make split second decisions which may cost you the existence of your business and employment of some or all of the staff.