All three of those text blocks are redundant.
Reproduction steps: You didn’t even put any steps, you just described your platform and gave a redundant timestamp.
Expected behavior: Completely redundant, you are spelling out the obvious intended behavior
Actual behavior: You have restated the redundant thing you put in expected behavior, then gone on to elaborate on how much the thing doesn’t work. None of this is important to the report.
Let’s talk about the rest, too.
Issue area: This is obvious because you posted it in Studio Bugs
Issue Type: Totally useless non-information
Impact: If it’s not critical, this is non-information
Frequency: This isn’t relevant to something that simply doesn’t work
Date First Experienced: This is ok
Date Last Experienced: Why would you even be reporting this if it wasn’t ongoing? If you really want to report a bug that was already fixed, that should just be written in the description.
Instead of filling out all that information, you could have just written “Play solo button does nothing. Windows 8.1. Started 2 weeks ago.”