According to an EA spokesperson, who spoke with Eurogamer, there will be one pack type available from the FUT World Cup Store, which will cost 5000 coins or 100 FIFA Points. It is similar to the Gold Pack in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team, and has the additional benefit of a free FIFA 14 Ultimate Team gold pack for use in the main game.
FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup will not have a marketplace, so users will not be able to trade excess players and consumables. As a result, duplicate items will have to be discarded.
The gamemode is a separate entity to FIFA 14’s Ultimate Team mode, and will be released for free for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on May 29th. It will allow players to build Ultimate Team squads (without the use of players from their main game) and compete in online and offline tournaments.
Starter packs will contain players, a badge and kits, and players from the 32 participating nations in this year’s World Cup can be added to a squad over time. However, these players can only be found in packs. All of a sudden, pack luck becomes an even more valuable commodity.