The World Cup 2018 update to FIFA 18 has just arrived and has brought with it a slew of changes to the base game. There are new player ratings, stadiums, and also new player packs to obtain. Packs work in largely the same way as before, but with a few small differences. In this FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Packs Guide, we’ll break down all of the information you need to know to get started in the game.
For more on FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 update, head over to our FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 guides hub, where you’ll find updated player ratings, new details on FIFA Ultimate Team, as well as all of the changes the new update brings.
FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 FUT Packs Guide
Packs are split into two types in FIFA 18 World Cup 2018: Standard and Premium Packs. It’s worth noting that all coins earned in the World Cup mode can also be used in the regular game and vice-versa. Similarly, for every World Cup 2018 pack you purchase, you’ll also be given an equivalent FUT pack. Let’s break down each pack separately.
FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Standard Packs - FUT World Cup
Standard packs will cost you 5,000 coins each, or 100 FIFA Points. They contain a collection of 13 items, including at least three untradeable FIFA World Cup 2018 players, and a guaranteed FUT Gold Pack redeemable.
FIFA 18 World Cup 2018 Premium Packs - FUT World Cup
Premium Packs will set you back 7,500 coins each, or 150 FIFA Points. In each one you have a chance to grab a mix of 13 items, including at least five untradeable FIFA World 2018 players, and a guaranteed FUT premium Gold Pack redeemable.
That’s everything you need to know about FIFA World Cup Packs. For more on what changes the new update brings to FUT, head over to our FIFA Ultimate Team World Cup 2018 guide.
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