Hardware movie to come to Oculus Rift and Steam at the end of December.
The hardware movie, titled Hardware Movie, is a sequel to Hardware VR: The Movie, released last year.
The film follows a man who decides to travel to the future in an attempt to save his wife.
Hardware VR Movie was first announced at CES 2015.
It was originally expected to be released at the 2016 E3 conference.
The movie is set in 2019, but has been pushed back to December 15.
Hardware movie will have a limited release for Oculus Rift users, and will come with a limited number of Oculus Rift bundles.
Hardware Movie is not expected to have any significant changes in functionality.
Oculus VR is also releasing an SDK for developers to make the movie.
The SDK includes code to make movies that will work on the Oculus Rift, Oculus Touch, and Touch controllers.
You can see a short demo of the SDK below.
Oculus Rift owners will be able to access the new SDK in the Oculus Home app.
The new SDK is not yet available for the Gear VR, Gear VR Pro, or Gear VR Mini.
The Oculus Rift will be launching on December 11, but there is no word on when it will launch on the Windows Store.
Hardware is also slated to launch on December 16, although we don’t know how many devices will be available for purchase.
Hardware movies are expected to cost around $100 USD and will launch with both an Oculus Rift headset and the Oculus Touch controllers, as well as a bundle of games.
Hardware Movies will also include a few other additions, including new animations, a new tutorial mode, and a new interface.
Oculus and Valve are planning a Windows 10 preview build for Hardware Movies on December 10, which is likely to be the first build to ship.