Despite consistent pressure from regulators, microtransactions FUT 23 Coins with pay-to-win are, unfortunately, still a problem in FIFA 23. Loot boxes can be found in the shape of player-filled pack of cards in FIFA's highly-rated Ultimate Team mode. You can purchase FIFA Points in bundles beginning with PS0.79 for 100 FIFA Points and going up to a staggering PS79.99 with 12,000 FIFA Points. A Premium Gold Pack is priced at 150 FIFA Points and contains 12 gold-rated players , or consumables which can be used in-game or sold via transfers markets.
For the company's policy, EA told Eurogamer that FUT's lootboxes "are an integral part that of FIFA that players love," and that "giving players the ability to buy when they wish to would be fair." It doesn't have plans to alter its strategy with regard to "surprise mechanics" until laws are passed that force it to. The situation doesn't get any better but it's worth mentioning that due to some of those laws you can now set weekly limits on FIFA Points spent and pack opening within Ultimate Team, and see the chance of receiving an elite player before opening packs. FIFA 23 also has limited-time Preview Packs that you can see what's inside the pack before buying it, but this currently only applies to one card that refreshes one time every day.
FIFA 23 is a bombastic finale to the series (under its current name, at least) with a refreshing emphasis on theatricality. FUT Moments Action Replays, as well as multiplayer updates that are viral-friendly like Power Shots make it a more thoughtful and memorable game of buy FIFA 23 Coins simulated football with intentional defense and lots of drama and goals. However, EA's Spartan approach to games which aren't generating money makes sure FIFA 23 is an all-too-familiar version of the previous editions, and Ultimate Team's focus on microtransactions continues to take all the fun out of the game.