After a few launch hiccups, the Guild Wars 2 Trading Post now appears to be open to all players.

“We're still working on expanding the Trading Post's capacity to handle the huge volume of requested trades. We had the Trading Post down for maintenance earlier today but currently it's online and available to all players,” read an update on the game’s wiki page on Sunday.

“We're still working on some issues, in particular buy and sell commands sometimes appearing to hang although they actually succeeded. We know the Trading Post is a big part of the game and we're working around-the-clock to restore full functionality to all players.”

Yesterday, it was stated that further kinks would be ironed out after an update tonight.

“We've been expanding the Trading Post's capacity to handle the huge volume of requested trades. After our test yesterday, we've been working to resolve some issues reported by players. We expect to have the Trading Post online for all players this evening (edit: after tonight's software update).”

At the time of writing, the store was up and running.

However, party and guild problems still persist.

"We've made progress but still have capacity constraints causing issues with party and guild functionality, including symptoms such as party members not appearing on the map, parties not staying together as they travel between maps or into dungeons, and guild manipulation not working,” said ArenaNet.

“We're working on a fix and will provide a further update tomorrow."