The Breakout: statistics and the best designs

What is the Breakout in Rocket League?

Here we have the slick and slimline Breakout. Released to the Rocket League community in July 2015, this car is not immediately available to players, only being unlocked after competing in matches.

This car is a very flat and compact design. Offering an aesthetic similar to that of sleek and stylish sports cars. Making this model ideal for racing around the field as if it were a race track.

Car Statistics – Breakout

Now to give a rundown on how this model plays. Giving some info on the hitbox, top speeds, and handling of the vehicle. Here is a comprehensive list of all the important stats for the Breakout car type:

  • Length – 131.49
  • Width – 80.53
  • Height – 30.30
  • Surface area – 32679
  • 0% Boosting – 2.336
  • 100% Boosting – 2.035
  • Turning average – 2.22

Although Octane cars are the most popular choice amongst pro and highly ranked players. Breakout is a close second according to the community. Many that find that the octane isn’t for them find that this car type is the perfect fit.

For many though, the narrow and long frame makes this one a very difficult car to make work, especially in a more casual setting. Though with this shape and hitbox, power shots when made accurately are incredibly effective. So with a good deal of practice, this car can really give you an edge both in the air, with long shots, and with your passing game. Making this the ideal choice for a midfield general.

Decals – Breakout

Firstly we have the common decals for Breakout. Within this category the player can select the following:

  • Flames
  • Lightning
  • Skulls
  • Stars
  • Stripes
  • Tech
  • Wings

Our top pick for the common category has to be the stripes decal. For this particular model, the stripes decal really adds to the sophisticated and sleek design. Making the car look like a high-quality race car, like a Dodge Viper or Ford GT. Here’s a snapshot of the decal right here so you can see for yourself.

Next up we have the rare decals listed below:

  • 9 Lives
  • Astaroth
  • Chainsaw
  • Egged
  • Falchion
  • Heiwa
  • Junk Food
  • Rad Reindeer
  • Shibuya
  • Stitches
  • Taniwha
  • Turbo
  • Vice

There is a lot of quality decals on offer here but our pick of the bunch is Heiwa. This style is very much in line with traditional Japanese tattoo art styles, complete with the signature koi carp design. So if you want to bring a little bit of oriental flair to the field. Then check out this decal below.

Then we have the very rare decals, here’s a quick list of those:

  • Distortion
  • Dot Matrix
  • Ripped Comic
  • Snakeskin
  • Vector

Our top decal for this category has to be the Snakeskin design. This decal shows off an excellent level of decal and flare. Making you look like a threat on the pitch. So if matching your venomous volleys with a reptilian look seems like your cup of tea, then check it out below and see for yourself:

Then lastly we have the premium category:

  • Aquaman

With just one entry in this category, it makes our decision very easy. However, we wager that this one would have caught our eye anyway. This design is obviously inspired by the popular DC hero, Aquaman. Offering players a chance to bring superhero assets to their vehicle and who doesn’t want that. Have a look for yourself:

Breakout In Celebration

The Breakout is a brilliant car aesthetically and on the pitch. Admittedly, this car is made with a specific type of player in mind. Making it less viable in casual play. However, for the midfield general who focuses on long shots and passing play, this car is an excellent choice.

Not to mention that this car has a wide selection of painted variants and high-quality decals to maximize personalization opportunities for the player. So we suggest you try this one out because this one may be the perfect model for you.

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