Despite consistent pressure from regulators, pay-to-win microtransactions remain not an issue with FIFA 23. Loot box appear in shape of player-filled pack of cards in FIFA 23 Coins highly-rated Ultimate Team mode. You can buy FIFA Points in bundles beginning in PS0.79 at 100 FIFA Points up to an incredible PS79.99 which is 12,000 FIFA Points. The Premium Gold Pack costs 150 FIFA Points. It includes 12 gold-rated players , or consumables which can be used in-game or sold via transfers markets.
According to the company's policy, EA told Eurogamer that FUT's Lootboxes "are an aspect in FIFA that players like," and that "giving players the option to spend when they wish to would be fair." It doesn't have plans to shift its policy towards "surprise mechanics" until laws are passed which force it to. This doesn't make it any better however, it's worth mentioning that as a result of these laws, you can now set weekly limits on FIFA Points and packs open within Ultimate Team, and see the chance of receiving a highly rated player before opening packs. FIFA 23 also features time-limited Preview Packs which allow you to see what's inside a pack before you choose to buy it, but it's only currently available for one single pack which is updated every day.
FIFA 23 is an explosive swan song for the series (under the current title, at least) featuring a fresh focus on theatrical flair. FUT Moments and action replays as well as viral-friendly game design tweaks like Power Shots make it a better-thought-out, memorable sport of football simulation, featuring intentional defensive play and plenty of action and goals. However, it's EA's Spartan approach to the modes which aren't generating money makes sure FUT 23 Coins for sale is an all-too-familiar game compared to previous versions, and Ultimate Team's aggressive focus on microtransactions continues to take most of the enjoyment out of it.