Here are some troubleshooting steps you can try to resolve issues with lag and latency.
Updating your Version of Windows
Making sure that your copy of Windows is up to date is very important. Not only do windows updates protect your computer from security threats online, but they also increase your system performance. It is recommended to update windows as often as possible as an out of date version of Windows is less secure and not running optimally!
Restart your Modem and Router
Your modem and router allow you to access the Internet. If you are disconnecting from game you may want to restart your modem and router (if you have one). If you are not confident you know how to restart your modem you may want to contact your Internet Service Provider for the official way to reset the modem.
Check your Wireless Connection
Your wireless signal can lose strength as you get farther away from the source, especially indoors, where walls get in the way. Moving your console closer to the router (or vice versa) might improve your signal. If you are unable to improve your wireless signal strength, consider using a wired Ethernet connection.
Check with your Router Manufacturer for Firmware Updates
Just as you would see performance improvements by updating your system's drivers, you may see better connectivity and fixes by updating your router's firmware. This step is a bit more advanced, but not overly difficult if you consult your router hardware manufacturer's documentation.
Contact your Internet Service Provider
If you still can't maintain a steady internet connection, contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP). They have tools which can quickly diagnose your problem and get you back online.
Following these steps can help improve your performance while playing Breach. If all else fails feel free to contact the support team for further assistance.