Didier Drogba & Co. finished top of a group featuring Morocco, Tanzania and Gambia in the second round, while Alain Giresse's men saw off competition from Uganda, Angola and Liberia.
Elsewhere, Africa Cup of Nations champions Nigeria will face Ethiopia, Cameroon clash with Tunisia and Egypt and Ghana will go head to head for a place in Brazil.
The third round's final fixture is Algeria-Burkina Faso, with the Maghrebin nation having qualified for the last edition of the competition.
The first leg of the matches will take place between October 11 and October 15, with the return games from November 15 to November 19.
The final African Qualifying fixtures for the 2014 World Cup are as follows:
|Cote d'Ivoire||v Senegal|
|Algeria||v Burkina Faso|