The two remaining sides in the five-team group will come from either the United States or Canada and one from emerging European nations Georgia, Russia, Romania, Spain and Portugal.
With Marc Lièvremont in charge France suffered a narrow 8-7 final defeat last October to hosts New Zealand in Auckland.
But now under Philippe Saint-André, flanker Dusautoir hopes France can go one better in 2015 with the upcoming RBS 6 Nations the ideal ground on which to scout out their main Pool D rivals.
“For us maybe we are going to have our revenge for the final against New Zealand,” said the 31-year-old.
“It’s a European pool, it’s like being in a little Six Nations again so we will try and use the upcoming Six Nations to find out about our opponents.
“We can be happy to not be in a pool which is really tough, and to play in the World Cup in England in 2015 will really be a fantastic thing.”