If I make an offensive game can they pull my license and prevent me from selling my game? Like we're talking think of the most offensive thing you can think of: you're in charge of the most efficient genocide against some specific racial/religious/political group, your choice... now imagine the game is mocking victims and generally being extremely rude, violent, and insensitive.
Now I have no intention of making such a horrible game but I am using an extreme example to ask my question. It's not unheard of for less extreme things to get blocked by brands who didn't want to associate with them, for example I saw that Apple removed the Confederate flags from Civil War games in the App Store.
Would Unity be able to prevent me from using their game engine or selling my game after I had already purchased appropriate Unity licenses and completed the game?
Do they have that kind of power with their licensing model? Or would even the most extreme cases still be legally allowed to sell the content?
I want to make something that may have some mildly provocative/divisive content (not as offensive as say, South Park, which I know was made in Unity, but more serious than South Park) and I'm just making sure I don't get a bunch of work done and then get disappointed later, wishing I had gone with some kind of more free/open engine.